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Category Archives: Science & Nature

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Hiking to the Bottom of the Grand Canyon Is the Trip of a Lifetime

From epic views to Phantom Ranch, this trek should be on every adventurer’s bucket list READ MORE →

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Bat Bunkers

These abandoned Cold War-era bunkers are now a designated refuge for endangered bat species. Read more →

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Your Guide to Cloud Gazing

Wherever you are, you can still look out the window and up at clouds. They’re always up there, from Mongolia to Manhattan. Here are a few ways to marvel at and identify the meteorological mainstays and what they mean—anytime, anywhere. Read More →

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Dolphins, Turtles, and Rare Dugongs Return to Thailand’s Tourist-Free Waters

Human intrusion and marine pollution have made dugong sightings in southern Thailand rare in recent years. READ MORE

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Even Though We Aren’t Traveling, We Can Still Support Sustainable Tourism

The COVID-19 pandemic is a crisis that tests our ability to collectively respond and adapt as responsible global citizens. But so often, from crisis comes opportunity. READ MORE

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Historic Gardens

A short walk from Thomas Jefferson’s historic Monticello mansion is a two-acre terrace garden that holds more than 330 varieties of more than 70 species of heirloom vegetables, and dozens of herbs. He founded what was arguably the nation’s first seed bank. And it’s still growing. Read more →

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Puffins, Koalas, and Pandas: Wildlife Webcams to Watch During Quarantine

Tune into these zoo, aquarium, and wildlife livestreams for a virtual glimpse into the animal kingdom. READ MORE

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How to help scientists without leaving home

The natural world doesn’t slow down just because humans have to. If you have a computer, a phone, and a window, you can help scientists with these at-home observations. Read More →

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Ancient Falcon-Headed Statue Unearthed in Luxor

LUXOR, EGYPT—Ahram Online reports that the six-foot-long head and torso of a colossal statue of the falcon-headed god Horus has been unearthed from the hypostyle hall at the funerary temple of Amenhotep III, who ruled Egypt from about 1390 to 1352 B.C. Read more…

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